Jennifer Lopez Previews Lil Wayne-Assisted Single 'I'm Into You'

While "On the Floor," the first single from Jennifer Lopez's forthcoming album "Love?," is still performing nicely on the Hot 100, the singer has decided to unveil the set's next single. Lopez previewed "I'm Into You," featuring Lil Wayne, and discussed the latest "American Idol" happenings during an appearance on Ryan Seacrest's syndicated radio show this morning (Mar. 30).

"When I look into your eyes, it's over/You got me hooked with your love controller," Lopez sings on the catchy, synth-heavy pop track. Weezy kicks off the song with off-the-cuff lines like "You're way too fly, I could be your jet fuel," in a verse that's more sedated than Pitbull's guest spot on "On the Floor."

A 30-second snippet on "I'm Into You" was played on Seacrest's radio show, and the host announced that the full track will be "unlocked" once enough fans "Like" Lopez's new single on her Facebook page. In the meantime, Lopez talked with Seacrest about last week's dramatic "Idol" elimination episode, in which the judges made the risky decision to use their save on Casey Abrams.

"That was one decision I have not lost one ounce of sleep over," says Lopez. "I just knew it was the right thing, Randy knew it was the right thing, Steven knew it was the right thing. This is one of our most dynamic performers -- he's so interesting, he's so talented. I know it's crazy, but we have to do it."


Casey Abrams Saved by Judges on 'American Idol'

"American Idol" continues tonight at 8:00 pm EST on Fox, with two contestants in the Top 11 getting cut during tomorrow night's elimination episode. Lopez's "On the Floor" re-enters the Hot 100's top 10 this week (13-10), and becomes Lopez's sixth consecutive No. 1 on Billboard's Dance/Club Play Songs chart.